32. Aaron Francis
33. Will Green
34. Sam Reid
35. Matthew Roberts
36. Caiden Cleary
37. Corey Warner
38. Jacob Konstanty
40. Patrick Snell
41. Caleb Mitchell
42. Will Edwards
43. Jaiden Magor
44. Indhi Kirk
Busting a bloke's shoulder in a pub wrestle "shows the strength of tackling pressure" ???
Now I've heard everything.
I assume this means he ran around the pub for a solid couple of hours, close-checking Mills' every move, before applying a tackle as soon as he had schooner in hand.
Konstanty highlighted for us - Second-year studs: Young guns ready to become AFL stars
2022 Draft Hand: Jacob Konstanty, CooperVickery, Caleb Mitchell
Konstanty was a headline for all the wrong reasons in the off-season after a wrestling match with Callum Mills on Mad Monday led to the...
Pretty sure that's CooperVickery. I keep saying I have high hopes for him, in the vein of Smooch. Low profile but getting the job done. I've also thought that they're training Magor as a small back as insurance if Vickery doesn't work out.
...Blakey will really benefit from having a steady hand like Florent when those others are gone. (Incidentally, that's also why I see CooperVickery as a really important developing youngster for us, and probably why the club is looking at Jaiden Magor in that type of a role too.)
I think Olly...
I see your point about Edwards, and he has played there with the Academy, BUT, as I've posted before, we are going to be very tall in the VFL side so shuffling the deckchairs would be very difficult. My possible VFL side:
Vickery Melican Arnold
Edwards Francis Fox
Warner Roberts Campbell
Love the chart - so packed with information.
I don't agree that Vickery is under more pressure than Edwards or Francis. True, Vickery is approaching the end of his first contract, probably the most common time to get cut. And he hasn't come close to playing seniors. Nevertheless I am...
It would be futile and frankly delusional for any opposition fan to deny or argue with this, considering 8 of those listed for us have played in grand finals, which is exactly double the amount of the next-best teams (Brisbane, Collingwood & Melbourne.)